Certified U.S. Mail                   c/o 2509 N. Campbell, #1776
Serial Number #P-476-653-251                Tucson, Arizona state
Return Receipt Requested                          zip code exempt
Restricted Delivery Requested                       June 15, 1996

Ms. Harriet L. Turney
General Counsel
"State Bar of Arizona"
111 West Monroe, Suite 1800
Phoenix, Arizona state


Re:  State of Arizona, The Oath of Admission to the Bar
     Status of "State Bar of Arizona" under state law

Dear Ms. Turney:

     I am  doing some research for a client who wishes to present
certified evidence  to a federal court of the official wording of
"The Oath  of Admission to the Bar" and of the "Lawyer's Creed of
Professionalism of  the State  Bar of Arizona" which is mentioned
in the former Oath (see attached).

     Would you  be so kind as to provide us with a certified copy
of said  Lawyer's Creed  as soon as possible?  Because of related
research which we have been doing with other investigators around
the country, we have reason to believe that the Lawyer's Creed is
written so as to override all previous statements, including that
part of  The Oath  of Admission  to the Bar which states that the
affiant "will  support the  Constitution of the United States and
the Constitution  of the State of Arizona."  We need confirmation
from the source on this point.

     Moreover, we  have  contacted  the  Office  of  the  Arizona
Secretary of  State, and  the  "State  Bar  of  Arizona"  is  not
registered to  do business in Arizona.  If this is so, then would
you please  be so kind as to provide us with correct citations to
the statute(s) and/or constitutional provision(s) which authorize
the "State  Bar of  Arizona" to issue licenses to practice law in
the State  of Arizona?  Since your letter will become a matter of
evidence in  one or more federal court cases, please certify your
answer under  penalty of  perjury, so  as to  render your written
response admissible,  pursuant to  the appropriate  section of 28
U.S.C. 1746 and the Federal Rules of Evidence.

     One last  thing:  we will also need a certified copy of your
license to practice law in the State of Arizona, if you have one.

     If we  do not hear from you within ten (10) working days, we
will be  entitled to  proceed on  the  basis  of  the  conclusive
presumption that  the requested  documents do  not exist,  on the
strength of  the following  authority:    "Silence  can  only  be
equated with  fraud where  there is  a legal  or a  moral duty to
speak, or  where an  inquiry unanswered  would  be  intentionally
misleading."  U.S. v. Tweel, 550 F.2d 297, 299 (1977).

Sincerely yours,

/s/ Paul Mitchell

Paul Andrew, Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law and Federal Witness
all rights reserved without prejudice

attachments:  copy of "The Oath of Admission to the Bar"
              quotation from Bouvier's Law Dictionary,
                1856 edition, defining "Counsellor at Law"
              "Esquires," by John E. Trumane, all rights reserved
              article by Joyce Rosenwald re:  bar monopolies
              copy of Colorado records custodian:
                certified evidence of original 13th Amendment

copies:  case files

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